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Old 11-21-2010, 06:15 PM   #3
Jarod Barker
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Hey Steven, I know I didn't word it well. What I am trying to ask is, can you lower cortisol levels by eating more?

I've long been trying to manage my cortisol levels, I seem to spike them quite easily, I'm just a high stress worrying individual in general, so working out probably just adds to my cortisol level, and I've been dosing phosphatidylserine in what I thought was large amounts (800mg) and I've now bumped it up to 1.6g after talking to Dr. G. However, I read the article I posted, and for the first time, I think I understand the role of cortisol.

So even though I'm sure it's nothing new for people who already understood it, it's a new concept to me, and I just wanted to make sure I was understanding what I was reading and not just jumping to a conclusion that doesn't exist.
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